Sunday was joyous for everyone connected to Tottenham Hotspur as the team ran riot against Liverpool at Wembley.
The North London outfit extended their unbeaten Premier League run to seven matches with a 4-1 thumping over Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Harry Kane increased his goal tally to 13 in all competitions by scoring twice on either side of half-time.
Son Heung-min also got in on the goalscoring action, and had opportunities to nab a hat-trick, while Dele Alli also found the back of the net.
Osvaldo Ardiles, who spent 10 years playing for Spurs during his career, was at Wembley to witness the victory.
The Argentine took to Twitter after the final whistle to praise the players and make special mentions to Hugo Lloris, Kane and manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Since taking over as manager in 2014, the 45-year-old has transformed Spurs into genuine title challengers.
Where to start? Lorries, superb. @HKane (What else we can say about him?). The rest of team… This is what we are: A TEAM! And the architect of all of this: Mauricio. I won't change him for anybody in the world. So nice to be supporting @SpursOfficial right now. COYS
— osvaldo ardiles (@osvaldooardiles) October 22, 2017
Tottenham fans were quick to echo their former player’s sentiments.
— Vass Koni (@vkon1) October 22, 2017
You are so right Ossie, it's a great time to be a Spurs fan on every level
— Mervyn (@MervynL) October 22, 2017
This team are legend in the making. My dad witnessed you and that brilliant team. Glory days are back. Thank you
— Hayley Blake (@HayleyHotspur10) October 22, 2017
We might as well have a lorry parked in front of the goal, to be fair, given how impenetrable Hugo is at times.
— Kev J. Stewart (@KevJStewart) October 22, 2017
It’s like the Old day’s again Ossie !!!
— Peter Triplett (@peter_triplett) October 22, 2017
— Mark C (@CaptainBritz) October 22, 2017
Spot on Ossie! We have a special team with grafters/talent and a bit of extra magic.
— Phil Osopha (@Philosopha1) October 22, 2017
Us Spurs fans are due some luck. Is it our year? #coys
— Mark Lucas (@Mark_lucasSkem) October 22, 2017
I've been a Spurs fan for 50 years. All I can say is Thank You Mauricio. Best manager since Bill Nick and that's with all due respect to KB
— Anthony Heard (@AnthonyH7) October 22, 2017
As it stands, the North London club sit third in the league table, five points adrift of leaders Manchester City and on level points with Manchester United.